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The Boppers

A Swedish rock & move music group using a retro design, the Boppers peaked in popularity in 1979 using the chart-topping album Continue Boppin’ and the very best Five hit one “Back again to the Bop.” The music group remained fairly well-known over the years that adopted, charting well in to the following hundred years. Founded in 1977 in Hässelby, Sweden, the music group is made up of Ingemar Wall structureén, Ville Wall structureén, Peter Jezewski, Michel Jezewski, Mats Lagerwall, and Lasse Westerberg. The Boppers produced their full-length debut in 1978 with #1 1, a strike that reached the very best 40 from the Swedish albums graph. Their mainstream discovery arrived in 1979, when their second recording, Continue Boppin’, topped the graphs a half-year after their solitary “Back again to the Bop” broke in to the Best Five. The Boppers had been so well-known in 1979 that their novelty solitary “White Xmas” nearly produced the very best Ten. As the band’s third recording, Lover Pix (1980), was also well-known, reaching the TOP, subsequent albums Unique Selection (1981), Information (1982), Large Fidelity (1982), and Dark Label (1983) designated a razor-sharp drop-off in the Boppers’ industrial fortunes. Consequently, almost a decade exceeded before the music group released another recording, The Boppers (1991), an effective comeback work that hit the very best Five. The follow-up recording, Unplugged Favourites (1992), was also popular, reaching the TOP. From this stage onward, the Boppers would reunite every once in awhile for new recording releases, typically the most popular of which had been the very best Five strike 25 Years Still Boppin’ (2002) and the very best Ten strike Vibrations (2009).

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